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The following bookings were logged by the Vernon Parish Sheriff's Office:

June 14, 2022

Jesse Townley, age39, of Oakdale, was arrested and charged with Entry on or Remaining on Land or in Place where Forbidden. Bond was set at $ 881.00. Townley remains in the VPSO jail.

Joseph Edward Bradford, Jr., age 24, of Hornbeck, was arrested on two outstanding Bench Warrants. Bond has not been set and Bradford remains in the VPSO jail.

Raven Deshea Edwards, age 31, of Alexandria, was arrested by Agents with the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force on an out of jurisdiction warrant for Rapides Parish. Edwards was transferred to Rapides Parish.

Travis Lynn Deville, age 36, of Leesville, was arrested by Agents with the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force on an out of jurisdiction warrant for Rapides Parish. Deville was transferred to Rapides Parish.

June 15, 2022

Jesus Vinton, age 30, of San Antonio, Texas, was arrested by Agents with the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force on an out of jurisdiction warrant for Bexar County, Texas . Vinton remains in the VPSO jail awaiting extradition.

Samuel Tate, Jr., age 43, of New Llano, was arrested by Agents with the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force. Agents charged Tate with one count of Maximum Speed Limit, one count of Operating a vehicle while License is Suspended, one count of Possession of Drug paraphernalia, one count of Possession of Marijuana, and one count of Possession of a Schedule II Narcotic (Methamphetamine). Bond has not been set and Tate remains in the VPSO jail.

Amanda Marie Camps, age 37, of Leesville, was arrested by Agents with the Vernon Parish Narcotics Task Force. Agents charged Camps with one count of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, one count of Possession of Marijuana, and one count of Possession of a Schedule II Narcotic (Methamphetamine). Bond has not been set and Camps remains in the VPSO jail.

Jarohn C. Perkins, age 48, of Pitkin, was arrested and charged with one count of Simple Arson. Bond has not been set and Perkins remains in the VPSO jail.

Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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